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CPT: ‘My son, my son’

Maureen Jack | CPT Hebron 13 February, 2010 Yesterday a man died in Al Khalil/Hebron. Israeli soldiers shot him, and he died of his injuries. He was a Palestinian of about forty, with a large family. There are different versions ...

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CPT: Hebron Incidents, December 17-31, 2009

The Christian Peacemaker Team in Hebron released this incident report for the period between December 17 and December 31, 2009. December 17, 2009 Shortly after morning worship, the team’s neighbor told them that soldiers were on the roof of the ...

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From Hebron to Nablus

From Pork to Palestine Blog 27 December 2009 I’m banned from Sheikh Jarrah and occupied East Jerusalem so I spent the last two days in Hebron and recently arrived in Nablus. Hebron is one of the oldest inhabited cities in ...

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The US cash behind extremist settlers

Andrew Kadi and Aaron Levitt | guardian.co.uk 8 December 2009 The Hebron Fund is raising vast sums for Israeli settlements that violate the Geneva convention, with little scrutiny Last month, a Brooklyn-based non-profit organisation called the Hebron Fund, which supports ...

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Shock follows footage of settler running over Palestinian

Ma’an News 3 December 2009 An amateur video shocked Palestinians on Tuesday, catching what appeared to be an Israeli settler repeatedly running over a wounded Palestinian at a gas station in Hebron last week. The Palestinian, an unidentified man shot ...

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